Available in all our 1" Designer Patterns, fits girth sizes 26-38".
Perfect for use as a training tool, use a pull-and-RELEASE action,
so that your pull turns the dog from the direction he’s going, towards
you. Immediately, as he is redirected, release the pull, so the lead is
slack. We have found that this tool works best with a 2’ or 4’ lead.
Use vocal praise when the dog looks at you with slack in the lead,
reinforced if you wish, with a treat. Use a very small piece of some
high-value food like cheese, hot dog, freeze-dried liver, whatever he
loves, as long as its small. Your dog pulls you, you pull to redirect
the dog, releasing the tension as soon as the dog has turned towards
you, at which point you make sure he knows you think that’s the greatest
thing he’s ever done. Be consistent in the redirect and use lots of
The No-Pull harness does not keep the dog from pulling. It helps you
convey that pulling is much less rewarding than not pulling. You should
see some improvement pretty quickly. The time it takes to change a
behavior greatly depends on how consistent you are. Well-exercised dogs
learn faster than dogs with too much pent-up energy, but all dogs can
learn to walk politely.
For very ‘reactive’ dogs, try practicing in the house where there are
fewer distractions. Also, changing direction frequently keeps the dog
thinking about you. Praise him for keeping up.
Collar and lead not included.